Maren Morris gets sassy in a live video for her song "Drunk Girls Don't Cry."

During the Nashville stop on her 2017 Hero Tour at Cannery Ballroom, Morris lit up the crowd with the fiery "Drunk Girls Don't Cry" and is sharing the moment with fans who weren't at the show via a video of the live performance. Morris rocks a red jumpsuit while jamming to the edgy song about encouraging a friend to dump her loser boyfriend.

Clearly, many people in the audience are fans of the track, dancing and singing along as Morris struts across the stage chanting "You say he saw the light, the slate is clean / He swears up and down that it's gonna be / Different this time / That's like saying drunk girls don't cry."

The dynamic video highlights various shots from her first headlining tour, performing for packed crowds across the country in cities including Boston, Dallas and Philadelphia. "Drunk Girls Don't Cry" is featured on Morris' breakthrough album, Hero, that landed her at the top of Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and cracked the Top 5 on the all-genre Billboard 200. The critically acclaimed project earned her the CMA Award for New Artist of the Year in 2016, with its lead single "My Church," scoring her first Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance in 2017. The album's current single, "I Could Use a Love Song," is currently climbing the country charts.

Morris is on tour with Sam Hunt during his 2017 15 in a 30 Tour through September before heading out on the fall leg of the Hero Tour that includes 10 stops in the US, along with a series of dates across the pond in Europe.

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